The Washington Post has a great graphic that details the differences in regulation between Vegas slot machines and proprietary electronic voting machines.
The State of Nevada has access to all of the software that runs slot machines, and it's illegal for casinos to use software that's not on file. Meanwhile, Diebold, Sequoia and other vendors aren't required to disclose software code for their voting machines because it is a "trade secret."
Link to the Washington Post graphic
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Submitted by Alan on March 16, 2006 - 11:48am.